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  • Over 10 trapped in flooded coal mine in central China
  • 5 5-magnitude quake hits Vanuatu -- USGS
  • BJP, RSS do not want Dalits, Adivasis to come forward: Rahul
  • Over 60 police officers injured during Saturday protests across France - Reports
  • PM conveys best wishes to people on Guru Nanak Jayanti
  • Mughal road remains shut, only one-way traffic on Kashmir highway :Traffic official
  • COVID-19: Any laxity can be deadly, says PM
  • Amidst COVID pandemic, NHPC engages 59 trainee engineers, officers
  • KITE CEO K Anvar Sadath becomes member of NCERT Advisory Board
  • BJP to introduce Love Jihad Bill in coming session: Kateel
  • 2nd ODI: Smith's ton power Australia to 389/4 against India
  • 2nd ODI: Smith's ton power Australia to 389/4 against India
  • Idol of Goddess Annapurna stolen in 1913 from Varanasi, brought back to India : PM
  • GHMC Elections: Amit Shah arrives in Hyderabad for campaigning
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Railways launches 'Operation Meri Saheli' for focused action on security of women travelling in trains

Railways launches 'Operation Meri Saheli' for focused action on security of women travelling in trains

New Delhi, Oct 29 (UNI) Indian Railways has launched “Meri Saheli” initiative for focused action on security of women across all zones with an objective to provide safety and security to lady passengers travelling by trains for their entire journey from starting station to destination station, the Ministry of Railways said on Thursday.
An initiative of RPF, the “Meri Saheli” initiative entails interaction with lady passengers especially those travelling alone by a team of young lady RPF personnel at the originating station.
These lady passengers are briefed about all precautions to be taken during the journey and told to dial 182 in case they face or see any problem in the coach. The RPF team collects only the seat numbers of the ladies and conveys them about stoppages en-route. The platform duty RPF personnel at the stopping stations en-route keep unobtrusive watch over the concerned coaches and berths and if need arises, interact with the lady passengers. RPF/RPSF escort onboard also covers all the coaches/identified berths during its duty period.

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BJP, RSS do not want Dalits, Adivasis to come forward: Rahul

29 Nov 2020 | 3:24 PM

New Delhi, Nov 29 (UNI) Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday alleged that BJP and RSS want SC/STs to remain backward, quoting a report of halt in scholarship for SC/STs due to lack of funds.

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UNI NEWS DIGEST AT 1500 HRS FOR NOVEMBER 29, 2020

29 Nov 2020 | 3:09 PM

New Delhi:New farm laws helping our farmers: PM (DI3)
:India's nCoV tally mounts to 93.92 lakh after 41,810 fresh infections (DI2)
:COVID-19: Any laxity can be deadly, says PM (DI 8)
Bareilly:First case registered under Love Jihad law in UP (DR5)
Hyderabad:GHMC polls: Shah's road show culminates (MS16)
Bhubaneswar:BJD expels party MLA Pradeep Panigrahi for anti-people activities (CA4)
London:UK secures 2 mln more doses of Moderna’s Corona vaccine (DF5)
Kabul:Death toll in car bomb attack in Afghanistan’s Ghazni rises to 27 - Reports (FN21)
Sydney:2nd ODI: Smith's ton power Australia to 389/4 against India (SPD3)
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PM conveys best wishes to people on Guru Nanak Jayanti

PM conveys best wishes to people on Guru Nanak Jayanti

29 Nov 2020 | 3:02 PM

New Delhi, Nov 29 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday described the opening of the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor as 'historic' and said he would cherish the memory lifelong in his heart.

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COVID-19: Any laxity can be deadly, says PM

COVID-19: Any laxity can be deadly, says PM

29 Nov 2020 | 2:47 PM

New Delhi, Nov 29 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday cautioned any negligence regarding novel coronavirus can turn deadly even at this stage.

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Delhi-NCR reels under 'poor' air quality

Delhi-NCR reels under 'poor' air quality

29 Nov 2020 | 2:21 PM

New Delhi, Nov 29 (UNI) National capital on Sunday reeled under 'poor' air quality with an average Air Quality Index (AQI) of 244 at 1100 hours, Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) data reported.

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